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in arizona. the fbi says that friendly fire likely killed agent nicholas ivie. another agent was wounded in the incident. the fbi says it is investigating what is going on. but it appears that only the two agents were involved in that gunfire. >>> and an extraordinary trial in vatican city ending with a guilty verdict. the former butler to pope benedict xvi was sentenced to 18 months in prison for stealing confidential documents and passing them on. the vatican says the pope will most likely pardon him. >>> and leaders saying this man killed soldiers before defecting, they heard gunshots before the soldier crossed the heavily armed guard between the two countries. thousands defect each year from north korea. >>> and today, the cdc announc d bacterial meningitis cases were found. dr. sanjay gupta explains how the meningitis cases got started. >> dr., we're talking about fungal meningitis. and it is not as common, we're hearing about the bacteria, treated with antibiotics, or the most common, which is viral meningitis. we typically hear about that on college campuses. fungal meningitis can
. the fbi said in a statement, there are strong preliminary indications that the death of nicholas ivy was the result of -- the injured agent was released from the hospital on wednesday. >>> a radical islamist clerk is on the way to the united states after losing his latest and final appeal to avoid that fate. judge john thomas said the extradition may proceed immediately. some of the supporters clashed with police outside of the high court. he faces 11 charges in the united states, including conspireing in 1999 to set up an islam jihad training camp in oregon. rebel fighters shot down a helicopter over the the damascus country side. this video supposedly shows. the video was posted on youtube. we cannot verify it's authenticity. another opposition group known as the local coordination committees for syria says 110 were killed by syrian forces across the country just today. former university of tennessee basketball coach pat summitt says she was not forced out of her job after being diagnosed with early on set dementia. she says i did not feel then and do not feel now that i was forced
a u.s. border patrol agent. the fbi now thinks he may have died by friendly fire. 30-year-old nicholas ivy was shot and killed this week in arizona. initially they said he came under fire after responding to a sensor that went off, but authorities say the only shell casings found at the scene were those belonging to the agents. >> as you know investigators have made evidence looking into the death. the result of friendly fire. the fact is, the work of the border patrol is dangerous. all of us wear the uniform and know that protect their communities against those who wish to do us harm. >> that news comes as homeland security secretary janet napolitano traveled to meet with officials and ivie's family. reacting to his death, napolitano said, "this tragedy reminds us of the risks our men and women confront, the dangers they willingly undertake while protecting our nation's borders." he is the third agent killed in the line of duty this year. >>> a political super bowl with the super bowl of elections just one month away. the labor department says 114,000 jobs was created in september wit
is wanted r several crimes commit against the united nations the '90s. >>> the fbi now thinks that border patrol agent may have died by friendly fire. nicolas ivey was shot and killed in california. initially officials said ivey and his colleague were wounded after responding to a censor. authorities say the only shell casings found at the scene were those belonging to the agents. >> as you know, investigators are made progress into the investigation into agent ivey's death and are looking into the possibility that it was a tragic accident. the result of friendly fire. the fact is the work of the border patrol is dangerous. all of us wear the uniform know this and yet this special creed of men and women willingly put themselves in harm's way to serve their country and to protect their communities against those who wish to do us harm. >> that news comes as homeland security secretary janet napolitano traveled to arizona to meet with officials and ivey's family. reacting to his death, napolitano said in part "this tragedy reminds us of the risks our men and women confront, the dangers they
air force base with all of the victims and with fbi present is a well-known fact. the results of that are understood by investigators. there's no excuse for not sharing that information with this victim's mother. >> right. jill, the hearing -- let's talk about the hearing that happened today, which the state department defended the administration's handling of the attack. you said it was highly political. did it resolve anything? >> anderson, you know, i didn't hear a lot of new information at all. i think, i and some others who were watching it at the time were struck by the fact that it turned into this sparring. and it was very, very personal between, you know, the republicans and the democrats. so, it -- you don't think that it accomplished very much when you get down to the nuts and bolts of what was learned. >> the state department said that they had -- i don't have the exact phrasing, but basically the appropriate number of people on the ground. and there was a sharp rebuke from the panel saying how can you say that given that four americans are dead? >> right. that's t
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. the fbi says thieves took a large amount of $100 bills headed for a federal facility in new jersey. the $100 bills have a special design not due out until next year. so the bills are very distinct. >> like to get a call from, you know, a store or consumer that has seen these hundred dollar bills or had access to them. >> the money was transported thursday from dallas with a stopover in philadelphia. >>> former television host and actor gary collins died today in biloxi, mississippi. collins was known for starring roles in the television series "the sixth sense" and "born free." also the television host of "our magazine." he was married to former miss america maryann mobly, he died of natural causes at the age of 74. >>> it is the slowest parade ever and there's only one float in it. but i want you to take a look at this. thousands of people lined up for a very surreal and historic close view of the space shuttle "endeavor." and some people didn't even have to leave their homes to see it. you know, the shuttle cruised right past their windows. "endeavor" on the home stretch of a fin
those three investigations that are underway, state department, fbi and the congressional investigation conclude, that actually you're dealing with an incomplete picture, wolf. >> and the state department now believes, jill, that the 14-minute anti-muslim trailer out there on youtube, that had absolutely nothing to do with the attack on the diplomatic consulate in benghazi despite what the administration was saying in the days that followed. >> reporter: it appears that way, wolf. although i don't think i would put it quite as specifically and concretely as you are. what they're saying is it doesn't appear. that evening they say at the benghazi mission it was quiet. and by implication they're saying there was nothing going on that would lead them to believe there was going to be an attack. again, we're going to have to get the final investigation. but, yes, it appears that they're stepping back from that original explanation. >> jill, thanks very much. jill dougherty at the state department. there's plenty of political bickering going on when it comes to taxes. up next, you're going to
agent. the fbi now thinks he may have died by friendly fire. 30-year-old nicholas ivy was shot and killed this week in arizona. shell casings found at the scene was fired by ivy and another agent who was wounded. >> as you know, investigators have made progress into the investigation into agent ivy's death and are looking into the possibility that it was a tragic accident. the result of friendly fire. >> ivy is the third border patrol agent killed in the line of duty this year. >>> and in colorado, an amber alert has been issued after a 10-year-old girl disappeared on her way to school. this is a picture of her. take a look. the search was delayed because the girl's mother didn't know she was immediately missing. the mother slept through calls from school officials saying she had not arrived. police searched the surrounding area, but so far nothing. >>> the number of cases of fungal meningitis is growing. 47 people have been infected. it was distributed in 23 states, but now has been recalled. five people have died. our chief medical correspondent dr. sanjay gupta has much more
convey that emotion. and what i felt when i saw it. >> reporter: retired fbi agent brad garrett who questioned malvo after his capture says he's not surprised that malvo is willing to pin much of the terror on mohammad when he wasn't before. the spell is zbon, the whole idea that mohammad was a good person has dissolved. so now what he's doing is stepping forward, taking responsibility, but he's clearly putting mohammad in the picture. >> reporter: mohammad was executed in 2009. josh white, "the post" reporter couldn't get new pictures of malvo. the prison allowed no cameras, writing utensils or anything else. can you tell what you say he looks like now? >> he looks similar to what he looked like before though about ten years older. he's kind of a slate guy. he's not particularly tall. he's not figuratively heavy. his hair was very closely cut. >> reporter: paul rufa, one of the first shot during the spree, says he forgives malvo. >> if i held the same hate today or that i felt in 2002 when he tried to kill me, i would have wasted or just damaged the last -- i would have let him dam
. the men had been on a watch list provide by the u.s. to turkish authorities. fbi investigators have not talked to them yet but a u.s. official says they hope to do so soon. >>> the fighting in syria is spilling across the borders. turkish soldiers are returning fire after a shell from syria land near a border village. it's been four days since clashes began between the two countries. peyton walsh joins us from bay of campeche rut. we're hearing shelling was aimed at the opposition groups not at turkey. what's the latest? >> reporter: that's what a local turkish official said. it's not hurting anybody but, again, for the fourth consecutive day prompting the turkish army to shoot back. couldn't be more troubling. two militaries, increasingly frought position now, four days in a row this happening. >> were these isolated attacks? is there a fear now this might be a regional or growing into a regional conflict? >> reporter: well, it's not a regional war or conflict at this stage. turkey made you want clear it doesn't want a war. syria was offering an open apology and expressed its deepe
and there are these hearings. in the end, the definitive version of the facts will come from the fbi who are responsibility for putting together the prosecution. they will be the keepers of the evidence. but i must tell you the answer on his face fails the common sense test. when you talk to average americans who have no dog in this fight. they say obviously we didn't have adequate security. the terrorists are to blame for the deaths, but we want accountability and we want to understand how can we make sure? the state department are working in dangerous places. how do we assess threats, assign security responsibility? >> the state department said today no amount of sort of the usual security would have been able to deal with dozens of attackers. if it is not possible to protect from the threat that is present, then you shouldn't be there. this is less to me about blame than it is about accountability. >> you don't want this to happen again and there are other facilities that we have that are like this. that's the bottom line here in getting answers for the families. >> jill, i appreciate your reporting tim
. >> we need to find them. >> an fbi spokesperson says they will not rest until jessica's killer is caught. meanti meantime, the community will come together for a balloon release to celebrate her life. >>> in pakistan, three more suspects under arrest in connection with the shooting of a teen activist. already 100 people have been detained over this attack. the young girl is now fighting for her life in a hospital, shot by the taliban for speak out for her rights. >>> i have the right of education. i have the right to play. tiff right to sing. i have the right to go to market. i have the right to speak. >> an incredibly brave little girl. hire is the latest on the investigation. >> reporter: blood seats cover the seats of an old canopied pickup truck. malala yousafzai and her classmates rode together to get home from school. this is where malala was sitting, police say, when gunmen shot her in the head. malala's friend was sitting next to her when another attacker shot at the truck. he asked who's malala? i don't think anyone told him, but he recognized malala and started shooting. malala
infected. >>> and stealing this from the federal reserve, the fbi says that thieves took a large amount of newly designed $100 bills that were headed for a destination in new jersey. there was to be a stopover in new jersey, a transporter realized the money was missing after the cargo reached new jersey. >>> and candidates hard at work getting ready. president obama heading for williamsburg, virginia today for some intense debate preparati preparations. and meanwhile, mitt romney is holding a rally, the second of the day. meanwhile, live pictures of romney there at the podium. but he spent a couple of hours this morning getting ready for the debate. and this is a live shot here, another one from downtown los angeles, that is space shuttle "endeavour," of course. doesn't it look weird on the stre streets. and you don't want to get stuck behind this in traffic, going slower than average walking speed. destination, across to the california science center across from l.a.x. >>> and this may be a first, a mother super glues her daughter's hands to the wall. we'll tell you how much prison tim
in afghanistan, part of the same struggle. now at some point in time, once this is fully investigated by the fbi and the state department, should judgments have proven to be misguided. for example, i think we can say that the security was inadequate based on the threat we ultimately saw emerge on september 11th and there may be accountability made within the state department that put our diplomats at increased risk. >> it seems to me, talking about undecided voters, they seem shocked by this. and virginia have a lot of friends themselves in tough places, including places in the middle east. and september 11th. a country like libya. and they went to a consulate. how the heck did this happen. >> i tell you what? i don't understand how it happened either. it needs to be investigated. but the administration slow rolling, almost five weeks since this happened and more questions than answers. and the last thing that this administration can say, that american sovereign territory in the form of a consulate in libya have been attacked by an al qaeda affiliated group on the anniversary of 9/11. that's the
to find him. >> the fbi is vowing not to rest until jessica' killer is caught. the community will come together for a balloon release later in the afternoon to celebrate jessica's life. >>> on to texas, a judge has sentenced a young mother to 99 years in prison for first degree injury to a child. the woman glued her 2-year-old daughter's hands to the wall. then kicked and beat her because she was not potty trained. the prosecutor calls the woman pure evil. she will serve 30 years before she comes up for parole. >>> and this is a first, even for the folks out in los angeles who maybe for this moment, thought they had seen it all. the space shuttle "endeavour" on a slow, two-day trek through cramped city streets. the final destination, the california science center where it will be on permanent display. it has traveled 123 million miles in space. 25 spate flights, l.a.'s mayor calls it a once in a lifetime event. >>> the race for the white house now is heating up with election day just 24 days away. mitt romney is campaigning hard today. there he is in the battleground state of ohio. he'
clinton has appointed a board, accountability board, five members, looking into this. the fbi is looking into it. and, you know, it's one thing to make allegations that are backed by facts. another thing to make allegations and then search for the facts. and we've heard a lot of allegations flying around. and erin, just today in depositions, we've had -- we've heard things that are contradictory to some of the allegations that have already been made by chairman issa, and congressman chaffetz. and so i wanted to see a thorough investigation. the key thing is to make sure that our people are safe, and that has to be number one. >> all right. well, i think we can all agree with that. and we'll be talking to you again soon, sir. obviously, we have the crucial hearings tomorrow. >>> next, for the first time since the "deepwater horizon" disaster, a major exploratory drilling is going on off the coast of alaska. we're on that rig in the middle of nowhere with an exclusive report. >>> and the frightening story not going away of new deaths from the meningitis outbreak. (train horn) vo: wherever
, at some point in time once this is fully investigated by the fbi and within the state department, you know, should judgments had proven to be misguided, for example, i think we can say that the security was inadequate based on the threat we saw emerge september 11th, then there may well will accountability in terms of decisions made within the state department. but it's not there yet. >> peter, it seemed to me, talking to undecided voters, they seem pretty shocked by this. this was in virginia where a lot of people have friends or themselves have served in tough places like the middle east. they say how is it possible that on september 11th in a country like libya, the ambassador just went to a consulate, but didn't have security? how the heck did this happen? >> yeah, i tell you what, i don't how it happened either. it needs to be investigated, but the administration's slow rolling this. almost five weeks since this happeneded and there are more questions than answers. it's my sense that the last thing this administration wanted to say in the aftermath of this terrible tragedy, that ameri
a week ago. jessica was last seen leaving school -- leaving for school, that is. an fbi spokesperson says they will not rest until jessica's killer is caught. as for the community, they will come together for a balloon release later on this afternoon to celebrate young jessica's life. >>> on to pakistan now. three more suspects are under arrest in connection with the shooting of a teen activist. already over 100 people have been detained in that attack. the young girl is fighting for her life in a hospital. shot by taliban for speaking out for her right to go to school, supporters gathered all over pakistan to pray for her recovery. >>> back in the u.s. now, a troubling incident at president barack obama's campaign office in denver. police say a shot was fired at the office yesterday, shattering the window. people were inside the building at the time but luckily no one was hurt. police say they don't have a suspect yet but they are investigating a possible suspicious car last seen at the scene. >>> the aclu says some students in a michigan school district are not reading at grade level. s
hearings, in the end, the definitive version of the facts will come from the fbi who are responsible for the investigation in a potential prosecution. they will be to keh keepers of evidence. but i must tell you, the evidence we had on its face, honestly if you step back from the partisan politics of washington and you talk to average americans who have got no dog in this fight, they sort of say look, it is obvious we didn't have adequate security. if we're looking to assign blame, the terrorists are responsible for the deaths. but if we need capability, we want to make sure -- the state department are working in dangerous places. how do we work with threats, assign responsibility -- >> the state department said, no amount of the usual security would have been able to deal with dozens of attackers, there were dozens of attackers who were heavily armed. you say. >> i say we have forwarding bases in iraq and afghanistan during the iraq and the afghanistan war, and he protected them. >> there was not the substantial amount in terms -- >> if you're at a facility that you can't protect, t
will be held monday for a u.s. border patrol agent killed arizona. the fbi thinks he may have been killed by friendly fire. they said they came under fire after responding to a sensor that went off. but authorities say the only shell casings found at the scene were those belonging to the agents. >> as you know, investigators have made progress into the investigation into agent's death, and they're looking into the possibility that it was a tragic accident. the result of friendly fire. the fact is the work of the border patrol is dangerous. all of us who wear the uniform know this and yet these men and women willingly put themselves in harm's way to serve their country and protect their communities. against those who wish to do us harm. >> that news comes as homeland security secretary janet napolitano travels to arizona to meet with officials and the family reacting to the border patrol agent's's death, she said in part, quote, this tragedy reminds us of the risks our men and women confront, the dangers they willingly undertake while protecting our nation's boards, end quote. he's the thi
really won't know, i think, until those reports, the fbi, the state department, and congressional investigations are complete, and the entire picture is clear. that's why you've got this kind of back and forth. >> and, jill, do we think any of that information will come out before the election or essentially people will take a look at the final debate between these two and make up their minds about foreign policy based on that? >> you know, when you look -- i think if you get out of washington and you look at people in the country side, i am not quite sure that all of these fine details are going to make that much difference. i think the overarching thing that could is this charge by mitt romney that the administration has been weak, it didn't, you know, define what should be going on in the world. if you accept that, then perhaps that argument does hold weight, but that, i think, is overarching. if you take the whole speech, it's really has obama been weak, standing back and not really leading, and that's what mitt romney is saying. >> all right. jill dougherty, good to see you.
developments in that shooting that killed a u.s. border patrol agent. the fbi now thinks he may have died by friendly fire. 30-year-old nicholas ivie was shot and killed this week in arizona. originally officials said ivie and his colleague, wounded in the incident, came under fire after responding to a sensor that went off, but authorities say the only shell casings found at the scene were those belonging to the agents. >>> ivie is the third border patrol agent killed in the line of duty this year now. >>> an amber alert has been issued in colorado after this 10 yearly, jessica ridgeway, disappeared on her way to school. the search was delayed because the girl's mother didn't immediately know she was missing. the mother, who works the night shift, slept through phone calls from school officials saying that she hadn't arrived. police have searched the surrounding area but have found nothing. >>> death threats, threatening phone calls, vicious e-mails all because they declined to be a campaign stop for mitt romney. that is the response this mexican restaurant in denver, colorado is now get
answers and many witnesses testifying. final question, can you confirm to me that the fbi did visit the compound in benghazi for i believe it was five hours with guards last week? do did that happen? >> i cannot confirm the length of time, but it is my understanding that they were able to be there for some point of time. i have no idea how long. >> thank you so much. we appreciate it. >> thank you. thank you. >> be right back. ♪... ♪... choose the perfect hotel >>> we're helping you pay off your student loans. with me are liz miller and greg mcbride. greg, here is a question for you. >> what is the fastest way to pay off my student loans? >> first of all, should she be in such a hurry to pay off her loans? >> look at the private student loans, first and focus on getting those paid down. not only do they tend to have higher and variable interest rates but they lack the flexibility of things like forbearance that lets you suspend payments if you have a period of financial difficulty. a lot of federal student loans have that provision in there. rank your debts from highest interest
are coming out from those three investigations. and that is the fbi, congress and also the state department itself. so a lot of this who knew what when may not be clear until after the election, wolf. >> after these investigations are wrapped up. jill, thanks very much. john king has been looking into this as well. he's here. this is becoming a big issue out there on the campaign, john, isn't it? >> there are significant policy questions. get to the campaign in a second. huge policy questions when the vice president says we did not know, jay carney says it was a personal we, the president and vice president, did not know. what the romney campaign says this is a pattern. they say whenever there's something damaging in the administration, the white house washes its hands and says somewhere in the bureaucracy someone else is responsible for that and say the president of the united states is in charge of that bureaucracy, he should take responsibility for it. wants answers democrats and republicans as to why the security requests didn't make their way up the food chain fast enough, governor rom
, the investigation. this congressional investigation, the fbi, and also the state department itself has its own investigation, which is required to do by law. he has been discussing that, and also additional steps that libya could take to help to bring whoever carried out this attack to justice, so it's an important visit, and it comes at a very important time. >> and what more is believed to be learned about all those parties involved in the attack, whether they would all conceivably be arrested? >> well, you know, i think the main thing now will be that essential question still. how organized and in advance was this plan? i really don't think that that has been completely explained by anyone. was it planned months ago or put on the shelf that could be carried out and this escalated. we do know and this is coming from state department officials and also one of the regional security officer on the ground before this happened. both sgraeg that this was an unprecedented attack. >> jill dougherty, keep us posted from the state department. >> one member of the female russian punk band pussy riot is
, be emphatic. we still -- it's three weeks and we just had fbi agents get on the ground there. i think the expectation is that you come out and you call terrorism terrorism. you go after vigorously after those terrorists. there is a distink difference in leading from behind or being app genic or passive about a foreign policy and one who is strong. >> i'm talking about iran and -- be. >> forgive me for interrupting you. >> i hear you -- using an example of syria because again we want to give americans the opportunity to hear directly from governor romney when he gives a speech today. >> it looks like in the excerpts that have been sent -- >> a distinct difference overall. >> he covers libya and egypt and syria. >> yes. >> there's a range. let's talk about iran for a moment. when you actually analyze the candidate's positions if you look at governor romney's position on iran and that red line that as you remember benjamin netanyahu was drawing in his speech and president obama's position they're similar, aren't they identical, really? >> well, soledad, i'm not going to get into the bac
of what did you know at the very moment. part of the problem is, when you look at when did the fbi actually get there to find out exactly what took place? i believe what happened was there was such a desperation to get an answer out that explains it. i remember early on you heard all kinds of examples, in terms of, oh, it was a protest, it was linked to what happened in egypt. then you had 9/11. the last thing folks want to own up to is we don't know or we have to find out. and i think frankly, that played a huge role in this. and this is why it was so confusing when you heard so many conflicting stories as opposed to waiting to get out of the facts. frankly, they didn't. that's why you have these different stories. i heard ambassador susan rice, what did she say? she said what we know today. you're going to hear a lot of that. we knew -- at the time we thought it was this, now we learned. >> but they were, you know, jumping to that conclusion rather quickly. actually, lenny, romney took advantage of that very early on. do you think that he is going to continue to use that now duri
. the fbi is having an investigation, more of a criminal investigation into who's responsible. state department, also, secretary clinton, has appointed an independent investigation with a real high-level panel to find out what happened and make recommendations, most importantly, how to prevent this from happening again, zoraida. >> at the end of the day, that is the most important thing. thank you so much. elise labott, live in washington for us. >> it is 17 minutes after the hour. we want to get you up to speed on all the top stories. here's christine romans with that. >> thanks, you two. the election is now 26 days away. the next big event, of course, the presidential campaign is on tap tonight in danville, kentucky. the next big event of the campaign. joe biden and paul ryan will square off in the first and only presidential debate. biden's expected to be in attack mode as he tries to make america forget about president obama's forgettable deba performance against mitt romney last week. cnn's coverage of the vice presidential debate begins tonight at 7:00 p.m. eastern on cnn and c
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